Humber Valley Trails Print


 The Humber River and valley area is one of Toronto's two main river and watershed systems. It has a long history, as an early native settlement area and as a strategic fort location. The Humber trail was used by natives and later early settlers as the key route between the upper great lakes, Lake Simcoe, and Lake Ontario.

Today the majority of the Toronto portion of the Humber is parkland, with paved trails running from the lakeshore all the way to the northern border of the city some 30 km away. Trails following the various branches of the river form some 50 km of bicycling trails, much of which are in excellent condition.

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